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T-Mobile has an exciting opportunity for a Corporate Counsel role to work in the Government Affairs Department in our Bellevue, Washington office.
What you’ll do in your role.
Participate in state regulatory proceedings relevant to T-Mobile’s interests, with a particular focus on matters before state Public Utilities Commissions
Evaluate proposed regulatory, legislative and/or policy changes and develop materials to support advocacy efforts in various forums
Build and develop relationships with state regulators and organizations to represent T-Mobile’s interests and positions
Advise business clients on the impact of proposed policy or regulatory changes on T-Mobile
Collaborate with Government Affairs colleagues and Legal team members on various telecommunications and/or industry issues
Deliver easy-to-understand written and oral advice in a timely matter
Other duties as assigned
The experience you’ll bring.
Functional and Technical Skills
Excellent research and analytical skills
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Ability to be a team player and work in a fast-paced and innovative work environment
Excellent decision making and problem-solving skills
High attention to detail and ability to meet tight deadlines
Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Experience and Education
A U.S. law degree and admission to at least one state bar required.
Two to five years of experience in a law firm, in-house or government agency
Demonstrated prior experience with telecommunications law and policy, in particular FCC/State Public Utilities Commission experience preferred
The Un-carrier formula is so simple. Love customers. Listen to them. And change the industry to make it better for them. Easy to say, but apparently hard to do, especially if you judge the actions of our competitors. We’re inspired to keep going because of this secret: Customers NOTICE when you put them first. There’s no other explanation for 1.2 million new postpaid account net adds in the last year alone — the highest number reported by any company. 2021 was our best growth year EVER, with 5.5 million new postpaid lines added. This was the most customer growth we’ve EVER delivered and also the most in the wireless industry.We do it with the most capable, empathetic, customer-loving team in the wireless industry. Across Retail, Care, Engineering and more, Team Magenta is the heart, soul, face and voice of this company. T-Mobile thrives because of them. And we’re continuing to grow this team of customer-obsessed heroes. We hired thousands of employees in 2021 and will keep bringing in more diverse talent whose various backgrounds, skillsets and experiences will continue to drive our business.